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The drill features a new grade, with an improved multi-layer physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating. The results are enhanced wear resistance, better tool life and an overall increase in productivity and thereby reduced cost-per-component.
Individually, the CoroDrill 462 offers high performance hole making up to 3.00 mm. Ideal for drilling both blind and through holes, the drill is capable of machining a variety of ISO materials, including ISO P, M, K, N, S, O and H. With a drill depth of 6xD, the CoroDrill 462 offers manufacturers a versatile drilling solution.
CoroCut QI is divided into internal grooving and face grooving application areas, and is an upgrade of the T-max Q-Cut® 151.3 program. The improved design allows for greater chip control, a 10% productivity increase, 20% improved tool life aided by tighter edge-rounding tolerances and internal coolant for both internal and face grooving tools.
Using the method and software, manufacturers can fully optimize their thread turning operations. As part of the solution, CoroPlus Tool Path helps users develop optimized OptiThreading tool paths that specifically overcome the challenge of chip control. This is achieved by offering tool paths that deliver controlled, oscillating movements for…
The CoroMill MH20 complements existing products in the CoroMill range, and fills a strategic gap in the high feed indexable milling product line. Designed to deliver reliability with minimal vibration, the CoroMill MH20 has been adapted for applications where components are notoriously difficult to machine, such as in the oil and gas, mold and die…
CoroPlus® Connected is used alongside the existing Silent Tools™ Plus, a digitally connected damped boring bar from Sandvik Coromant. Having been awarded first place in the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Production Innovation contest in 2018, Silent Tools™ Plus helps customers by providing visibility at the cutting zone in…
Sandvik Coromant’s new turning grades are optimized with these machining challenges in mind. The introduction assortment of the S205 includes 36 items, with more to be added in spring of 2021. The Ceramic CC6165 grade is also available in a range of assortments to meet the demands of varied industries and materials.
T-Max P inserts are specifically designed for high-performance turning in modern production, while the Coromant Capto is a modular, quick-change tooling concept, which offers a large variety of extension and reduction adaptors to support assembling of tools with different lengths and design characteristics. As part of a tooling offering that…
The tool supply consists of software, hardware and supporting service elements. Using the CoroPlus® Tool Supply hardware, manufacturers can easily store and keep track of tools. Storage options can be tailor made according to facility demands, with tool vending solutions ranging from open stock, drawers and lids to full tool cabinets. Each…
To increase their use for steel turning applications across the automotive, energy and general engineering sectors, the upgrade includes more insert shapes for each grade. Having access to the correct insert shape is vital for effective finishing and roughing operations, and the insert shape should be selected relative to the entering angle…
The CoroTap T200 and T300 are optimized for ISO P1 and P2 steel workpiece materials, making them suitable for machining components in the automotive and general engineering industries. This includes crank shafts, steering knuckles, and general engineering components such as housings and flanges. Both tools are suitable for mass production.
GC4415 and GC4425 are ideal for manufacturers operating in mass and batch production setups machining low-alloyed (P 2.1 to 2.6) and unalloyed (P 1.1 to 1.5) steels, respectively. Grade GC4425 has been shown to outperform competing inserts in a majority of steel turning applications. It features improved wear, heat resistance and toughness, which…
Sandvik Coromant customers can now customize a cutting tool online without having to speak to a company sales representative. The time to place an order for customized tooling solutions is reduced substantially as a result, which in turn reduces overall tool delivery time.
With an advanced solution that enables manufacturing companies to take steps towards digital machining and Industry 4.0, Sandvik Coromant has introduced connectivity capability to its series of Silent Tools toolholders. The innovation is offered as part of the company’s CoroPlus suite of connected solutions for machine shops keen to embrace the…
Sandvik Coromant is introducing its CoroBore BC (Boring Combination) range of products, comprised of TailorMade tools for high-volume applications. Using CoroBore BC, it is possible to perform different operations such as semifinishing and chamfering with a single tool.
A new power skiving solution composed of CoroMill 178 and CoroMill 180 cutters from Sandvik Coromant is being released to help automotive manufacturers complete gear and spline components in one setup on a multitask machine or machining center. Skiving processes are many times faster than shaping and more flexible than broaching, and are quickly…
To boost the first-stage roughing operation on newly cast aluminum parts for the automotive industry, cutting tool and tooling systems specialist Sandvik Coromant is introducing its M5Q90 tangential milling cutter. Designed to complete "cubing" (first machining of faces after casting) in a single operation without creating burrs, the new…
Designed for machining thin-walled aluminum automotive parts without burring, scratching or chipping, the patent-pending M5F90 facemilling cutter is being released by Sandvik Coromant. The two-in-one M5F90 cutter features an design that allows roughing and finishing in a single operation, delivering shorter and more efficient machining strategies.
Two new drills optimized for drilling aluminum automotive parts have been developed by Sandvik Coromant. Suitable for the machining of components in medium-to-large volumes, CoroDrill 400 and CoroDrill 430 deliver high throughput and low costs, as well as extended tool life and enhanced process security.
Cutting tool and tooling systems specialist Sandvik Coromant is launching GC4330 and GC4340, two new insert grades for steel milling. With the development of advanced production technologies, such as a new substrate, Inveio coating and an improved post-treatment technology, the new grades provide great opportunities to substantially increase tool…
Sandvik Coromant is releasing two series of ceramic endmills for optimized performance in nickel-based alloys. The latest brazed ceramic CoroMill 316 and ceramic CoroMill Plura endmills offer a more productive method for roughing in ISO S materials compared to standard carbide milling cutters.
Sandvik Coromant is releasing three new grades for its popular CoroDrill 870 exchangeable-tip drill. GC4344, GC3334 and GC2334 have been developed to offer significant tool life improvements and more predictable wear patterns, all while maintaining the high penetration rates and productivity for which the concept is renowned.
Sandvik Coromant is set to release two new grades for interrupted hard-part turning operations: CB7125 and CB7135. Available in October 2018, the grades will complete the company’s offer for hard-part turning, complementing the existing CB7105 and CB7115 grades.
Using digital solutions for monitoring of equipment utilization makes workshops far more efficient and profitable than would otherwise have been possible, which is why Sandvik Coromant has introduced CoroPlus MachiningInsights. MachiningInsights is more than a monitoring system. This solution gathers data, calls attention to issues and provides…
Sandvik Coromant, is introducing two new ceramic insert grades that are capable of performing high-speed, high-security turning operations on components made from demanding HRSA (heat-resistant superalloy) materials. The CC6220 and CC6230 ceramic grades are developed to machine demanding materials where whisker ceramics and SiAlONs fall short.
Sandvik Coromant has introduced a high-precision hydraulic chuck for turning operations that offers enhanced pull-out security. CoroChuck 935 has been designed to deliver fast, rigid and secure clamping, time after time.
Sandvik Coromant has launched a new thread forming tap optimized for ISO P steel machining, which is designed to boost productivity, particularly in the automotive industry. The CoroTap 400 offers chip-free tapping, as well as faster machining times and stronger threads through reduced torque and an optimized geometry.
Following last year’s launch of PrimeTurning methodology and tools for external turning operations, Sandvik Coromant is introducing a dedicated CoroTurn Prime SL head that makes this process available for internal turning operations. The new SL head will meet the needs of oil and gas, aerospace and other manufacturers that machine diameters in…
The CoroThread 266 thread turning tool from Sandvik Coromant is available with precision over- and under-coolant to improve process security and maximize efficiency. The addition of over-coolant improves chip formation for more secure machining, while under-coolant controls temperature for long and predictable tool life. Precision coolant also has…
Sandvik Coromant has unveiled a new blade for its CoroCut QD parting-off system, which in combination with new process methodology, substantially improves the tool’s stability by realigning the resultant cutting force. Among numerous benefits available to the customer are improved productivity, enhanced surface quality, and reduced noise levels.
Sandvik Coromant has extended the functionality of its InvoMilling software. The latest version of this user-friendly CAD/CAM solution for fast and simple NC programming offers even more possibilities when manufacturing gears on universal 5-axis machining centers.
Sandvik Coromant Co. says the CoroPlus Collision detector is a reliable solution that will help you avoid or minimize machine tool and workpiece damage in case of a collision. The solution is installed inside the machine tool, connected to the PLC (programmable logic controller) and will detect a collision and stop the machine within 5…
To overcome the challenges of chip formation and evacuation when drilling nonferrous metals, Sandvik Coromant has unveiled its CoroDrill 880 CVD diamond-coated insert grades, GCN124 and GCN134. The superhard properties of the diamond coating provide long tool life and combine with innovative chipbreaker and geometry designs to enhance performance…
​​​In conventional lathe-type machine tools, the capability of feed motion in the XZ plane is an inherent limitation. In a parting operation, this inevitably directs the resultant vector of cutting forces sharply across the cross-section of the tool, resulting in high loads and susceptibility to deformation. The classical parting blade design…
In response to strong demand for reliable machining solutions in the aerospace industry, Sandvik Coromant has launched new tapping and thread milling tools for ISO S materials (titanium and nickel-based alloys). The products have been specifically designed to enhance process security on high-value components, such as engine casings, thus providing…
Sandvik Coromant has unveiled a new range of CoroTurn Prime multitask and axial-type toolholders to help machine shops implement the new PrimeTurning methodology, which enables turning in all directions. The introductions allow users to maximize the benefits of PrimeTurning on multitask turn-mill centers and vertical turning lathes (VTLs).
Sandvik Coromant has unveiled a new, high-feed version of the CoroMill 745 facemilling cutter, featuring a 25° entering angle for additional productivity gains when milling steel and cast iron workpieces. The new, high-feed version facilitates even higher metal-removal rates in applications with depths of cut up to 2.8 mm (0.110 inch).
New CoroMill Plura routers unveiled by Sandvik Coromant offer optimized milling and slotting operations in composite materials such as CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastic) and GFRP (glass fiber reinforced plastic). Production engineers, machine shop managers and operators will all benefit from the patented geometries provided by the new routers…
In a move designed to greatly improve efficiency and quality in CAM operations, CoroPlus ToolLibrary and PrimeTurning method from Sandvik Coromant have been integrated in Mastercam 2018. The CoroPlus suite of connected solutions from Sandvik Coromant facilitates digital machining, providing access to real-time process insights and data.
Sandvik Coromant says it has unveiled a new turning concept that offers improved machining flexibility and the potential for significant productivity gains. The company’s PrimeTurning methodology and supporting tools provide manufacturers, particularly in aerospace and automotive sectors, with a true "all directional turning" solution.
In response to both the growth in quantity and complexity of structural aerospace components, an updated range of CoroMill 390 Silent Tools has been developed by Sandvik Coromant. The upgraded Silent Tools dampening technology will allow machine shops to machine deep pockets on titanium aerospace frame parts with greater security and higher metal-…
Cutting tool and tooling systems specialist Sandvik Coromant has made its high performance steel milling grade, GC1130, available for use with CoroMill QD and CoroMill 331 groove milling cutters. GC1130, which is the latest Zertivo grade from Sandvik Coromant, delivers high metal-removal rates and secure performance levels in both wet and dry…
PROMETEC, a manufacturer of monitoring solutions for machining processes and part of Sandvik Coromant, is releasing its new PROMOS 3+ system. This advanced connectivity solution, which provides a first look at the world of Big Data and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), is considered an important component for the Industry 4.0 initiative…
Sandvik Coromant has introduced its M612 facemill, a product engineered specifically for the roughing stainless steel turbo housings. The tool’s positive geometry has the effect of providing a smoother cutting action, which helps machine shops to eliminate vibration.
A high-feed milling cutter for diameters 13–25 mm and 0.500–1.000 inches has been introduced by Sandvik Coromant. Among the advantages of using the new CoroMill 415 are enhanced security, thanks to iLock insert seat interface technology, and high metal-removal rates as a result of high cutter density and high feed capacity.
Sandvik Coromant is grouping its online offerings within the company’s new Ifind app, giving purchasers, engineers and machine operators a user-friendly option for the best possible support for their manufacturing processes. Easy-to-access solutions can be a great help in day-to-day manufacturing operations, and, through the new Ifind app, Sandvik…
Sandvik Coromant has unveiled its CoroPlus suite of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions aimed at helping manufacturers prepare for Industry 4.0. The concept is designed specifically to improve the control of productivity and costs through a combination of connected machining and access to manufacturing data and expert knowledge.
To help manufacturers enjoy benefits such as reduced cycle times and greater tool life when performing hard part turning, Sandvik Coromant has strengthened its existing offer in the ISO H05 to H15 application area with the introduction of two new grades: CB7105 and CB7115. The grades will be of particular benefit to those machining transmission…
The inherent modularity of three Sandvik Coromant tooling product families—Coromant Capto (pictured), Coromant EH and CoroTurn SL—can reportedly prove highly advantageous to manufacturers looking to tool up a single machine or an entire plant. In contrast to purchasing separate tools for each machine, component and feature, modular tooling…
Sandvik Coromant offers tooling dedicated to the challenging operation of machining valve seat pockets in oil and gas applications. Composed of a combination of an elliptical Silent Tools adapter and CoroTurn SL cutting head, this tool is designed to overcome prevalent issues such as narrow flow bore diameters, vibration tendencies and long…
The new CoroMill 316 generation of exchangeable-head milling cutters from Sandvik Coromant further expands the company’s established solid, round tools portfolio by bringing higher levels of versatility and productivity to machining operations in ISO P (steel) and ISO M (stainless steel) materials. Further benefits include high reliability in…
Machine shops faced with identifying ways of achieving secure machining with long and predictable insert life in steel milling operations can turn to GC1130, an insert made with the Zertivo, a unique production technology from Sandvik Coromant. GC1130 helps to overcome challenging machining conditions with a clean and intact edge, delivering high…
Offering high productivity and a low cost per edge, the CoroMill 745 from Sandvik Coromant has a double-sided, multiedge design that is ideal for large batch productions. With its tilted insert positioning system and sharp cutting edges, this milling cutter offers a light cutting action at low power consumption.
When material savings are a requirement due to machining expensive materials, large batch productions or both, it is essential to use the thinnest insert width possible. CoroCut QD dedicated parting off and deep grooving tools from Sandvik Coromant Co. are available in small insert widths with internal high-pressure coolant to help customers…
For longitudinal and face turning, Sandvik Coromant introduces the CoroTurn 300 for higher component quality, increased handling efficiency and longer tool life in steel turning operations. The CoroTurn 300 features stable insert clamping, as well as eight-edged inserts for the high chip control, tool life and surface finish.
Sandvik Coromant Co. says the GC4305-grade insert maximizes metal-removal rates, shortens processing times and enhances component quality when turning steel. It is made of a heat-resistant cutting material that is suitable for dry machining, which is ideal for automotive part manufacturers that seek to avoid the stresses tools experience as a…
Sandvik Coromant recently introduced a new endmill for small diameters, the CoroMill 390 with size 07 inserts is said to be a versatile cutter ideal for shoulder milling, deep shoulder milling, edging, linear and helical ramping, plunge milling, slot milling and face milling, according to the company.
With CoroMill 425, Sandvik Coromant offers an eight-edge finishing tool designed for face milling that greatly improves metal removal rate and tool life in the ISO K application area. Due to its innovative setting system, it is particularly user-friendly. 
With its CB7015 indexable insert, Sandvik Coromant offers a cost-efficient, time-saving tool for hard-part turning.
Sandvik Coromant has introduced two new grades for machining cast iron.
Sandvik Coromant has introduced a new vibration damper that helps to maintain stable production during Deep Hole Machining (DHM) operations and support increased machine tool utilization.
Dedicated for groove milling and parting off operations, CoroMill QD from Sandvik Coromant takes care of chip issues with optimized geometries and a unique internal coolant solution.
The CoroMill QD groove milling tools from Sandvik Coromant Co. are available with Silent Tools adapters for long-overhang machining. The through-coolant grooving and parting tools accept inserts with optimized geometries to effectively evacuate chips.
SpiroGrooving is a method for machining seal ring grooves developed by Sandvik Coromant that reportedly ensures high output of quality components and meets tough security demands.
CoroMill Plura HD roughing end mill from Sandvik Coromant is for shoulder milling, full slot milling, and ramping and helical interpolation in steel and stainless steel.
The CoroCut QD concept for deep external grooving and parting off from Sandvik Coromant adds internal machining to the application range of these secure and reliable tools.
With new technological developments, emerging on the automotive horizon, manufacturers are faced with extremely high demands in terms of quality, security and productivity. The new Sandvik Coromant grades GC4315 and GC4325 with Inveio are designed to support the automotive industry with outstanding reliability and process security.
Sandvik Coromant is launching a deep-hole machining concept for the STS system, CoroDrill 808.
The CoroMill 172 and 171 disc cutting concepts adapted for gears, splines and racks enables gear profile manufacturing on most types of CNC machines.
CoroCut QD, the reliable system from Sandvik Coromant for deep grooves and parting off with long overhangs, expands the offering of inserts and durable tools with over and under coolant.
Cast iron milling is the next machining area covered by the new grades with Inveio from Sandvik Coromant. Having already introduced the grade GC4325 for steel turning, the cutting tools supplier introduces GC3330, a wear-resistant first choice grade for cast iron milling.
Sandvik Coromant will introduce new insert grades for steel turning and cast iron milling with Inveio.
Sandvik Coromant introduces a parting off concept for deep grooves and long overhangs.
Sandvik Coromant's exchangeable-head (EH) system includes a wide assortment of solid carbide heads, indexable milling cutters, boring heads, integrated machine adaptors and different shanks.
The CoroDrill 870 from Sandvik Coromant Co. is part of a new generation of exchangeable-tip drills and was recently launched for steel and cast iron drilling.
Sandvik Coromant introduces GC4325, a new-generation coated cemented-carbide grade for steel turning.
Sandvik Coromant Co. has expanded the CoroMill 176 range of full profile hobs for spur gears, helical gears and splines to incorporate module 3-10 applications.
The new CoroMill Plura compression end mill for composites from Sandvik Coromant is certain to be of great interest to any manufacturer machining carbon-fiber reinforced polymers.
Machine shops seeking competitive gain in face grooving applications should look no further than the new CoroBore 825 SL face grooving heads from Sandvik Coromant.
Accurate targeting of coolant during machining provides maximum effectiveness in chip evacuation. However, precision and pressure are two equally important aspects of coolant. The higher the pressure, the more demanding applications can be machined with excellent results. Sandvik Coromant offers advanced nozzle technology and dedicated insert…
Sandvik Coromant introduces CoroMill 357, a new tough multi-edge face milling cutter for roughing and cubing in steel and cast iron with high insert security.
The CoroChuck 930 is a high precision hydraulic chuck from Sandvik Coromant that brings secure tooling performance to milling and drilling operations.
The CoroMill 316 exchangeable-head milling system from Sandvik Coromant is suitable for high-feed facemilling, slot milling, helical interpolation, shoulder milling, profile milling and chamfer milling of components in material groups from ISO P to ISO S.
CoroMill 419 from Sandvik Coromant Co. is a new five-edge high-feed milling concept for roughing to semi-finishing, offering excellent performance in all material groups and with great possibilities for optimization.
Sandvik Coromant recently launched two new reamers.
Sandvik Coromant is launching a new series of end mills for use in multiple materials.
Sandvik Coromant introduces a range of new insert geometries and customized tool holders, featuring fixed nozzles that guarantee a precise coolant jet flow to get right to the center of the cutting zone.
Sandvik Coromant has introduced the CoroDrill 460-XM. The new drill is a multi-application, high-performance drill that can be used across a wide range of materials.
Sandvik Coromant Co.'s CoroDrill 870 is now available for both steel and cast iron drilling operations.
Free from Sandvik Coromant, the new Drilling App for iPhones is designed to offer a quick and easy way for machine shops to calculate cycle times and costs for all drilling and tapping operations.
Sandvik Coromant has launched a new, light cutting insert for its innovative CoroMill 170 precision gear milling cutter.
The new Sandvik Coromant solid carbide micro drills offer outstanding performance for holes from 0.073 inches to 0.116 inches in diameter.
Sandvik Coromant introduces the CoroDrill 861, a new range of solid carbide drills for deep hole drilling applications.
Sandvik Coromant's CoroTap tools are for optimized productivity in each ISO material.
The new iLock fixturing system is available from Sandvik Coromant.
Sandvik Coromant's Spectrum Tap tools are for reliable performance across a multitude of workpiece materials.
A new range of turning inserts is available from Sandvik Coromant.
The CoroDrill 860 solid-carbide drill from Sandvik Coromant is for steel drilling.
Sandvik Coromant has released a free catalog App for the iPad that is designed to offer you the best tools in your machining applications that are easy to choose and easy to use.
Sandvik Coromant introduced a new full profile hob for gear milling, CoroMill 176.
For all types of heavy machining operations in large components, Coromant Capto size C10 from Sandvik Coromant improves performance by allowing higher feeds and greater depths of cut.
With the new quick change clamping units from Sandvik Coromant you can maximize the amount of actual machining time on your machine.
Sandvik Coromant launches an extension to its range of Silent Tools milling adaptors.
Sandvik Coromant introduces a new range of small CoroMill Plura ball nose end mills for profiling in medium hard to hard steels.
Sandvik Coromant has announced the introduction of its CoroMill 325 thread whirling inserts and holders.
Sandvik Coromant has released a free application designed to provide engineers and machinists with a convenient resource for calculating cutting data.
Sandvik Coromant's recently introduced insert grade GC1125 is now complemented with the new grade GC1135.
Sandvik Coromant offers more than 300 inserts in a series of ISO S turning geometries for machining high-temperature and titanium alloys.
To meet growing demand from the aerospace sector for reliable and efficient holemaking technology in composite materials, cutting tool and tooling systems specialist, Sandvik Coromant is launching its specially designed CoroDrill 854 and CoroDrill 856.
New integrated toolholders from Sandvik Coromant Co. are compatible with CoroMill 316 exchangeable-head (EH) tools.
Sandvik Coromant Co. offers two new insert grades for milling titanium: S30T and S40T. S30T has a PVD coating on a micrograin carbide substrate so sharp edges resist fatigue and microchipping, according to the company.
Sandvik Coromant's CoroBore 825 is for finishing of holes with tight tolerances and surface finish requirements.
Sandvik Coromant's innovative QS holding system, already available for users of Citizen and Star automatic sliding-head lathes, is now being introduced for machine shops with Tornos, Tsugami and Nexturn sliding-head models.
Swedish engineering group Sandvik will buy French software company Metrologic Group for 360 million euros ($435 million) on a cash and debt-free basis to boost its digital manufacturing capabilities. Metrologic Group’s software includes automation and robotics control, as well as services for calibration and 3D measuring. It is used in the…
Fewer than 30% of manufacturers have extensively adopted Industry 4.0 technologies, according to findings published in a new report, but manufacturers’ reluctance to go digital might have to change if they are to adapt to an unpredictable future. Sandvik Coromant's testing finds that an increase in machine utilization can result in a higher…
Advanced tool holders with precision coolant improve cost-efficiency in steel turning.
A common misconception in the metalworking industry is that machining steel is simple. Experienced machinists know that turning ISO P steel is anything but simple. First, among many concerns is the breadth of materials in ISO P classification that range from ductile low-carbon steels to high-alloyed.
In 2018, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) predicted that manufacturers would turn increasingly to eCommerce to improve their processes — following examples set by Amazon, Tesla and Uber. This may seem outlandish, but a leading hydraulics manufacturer designed and acquired a tool in just ten days, with Sandvik Coromant’s eCommerce platform.
Material choice and innovations in metal cutting are supporting the transition to more environmentally friendly vehicles, and demand for vehicles is increasing.
The main driver of business sustainability goals is to make an impact on the environment. Another benefit is the economic value of implementing sustainable actions. Can businesses save money, and protect the planet? Sandvik thinks so.
Choosing the right tools, and determining the right tool calculations, is vital to overcome diversification challenges and developing new revenue streams.
Predicting tool wear for process security and reduced waste in steel turning is a critical component of unmanned production.
Now is the time for machine shops to embrace a new generation of tooling solutions to tackle steel ISO P turning challenges and make their production more efficient and productive.
The answer to manufacturing’s waste problem is hidden in data.
The collaboration between KINTO and Sandvik Coromant stems from the need to offer Sandvik Coromant employees tailored mobility solutions. To get the most use of the new car sharing station, Sandvik Coromant is also allowing the public to rent and use the cars. The cars will be available for booking by the hour up to monthly.
Nearly 100 percent of the solid-carbide tool assortment is suitable for reconditioning, according to Sandvik Coromant Co. Once a solid-carbide tool has been reconditioned three times and is no longer a candidate for reconditioning, it can be recycled.
Don Schumacher Motorsports (DSM) is one of the country’s most successful motorsports companies, both on and off the track. Tooling from Sandvik Coromant helped the company achieve some impressive goals.
Sandvik Coromant's CoroPlus MachiningInsights platform is an expansion of the company’s CoroPlus suite of connectivity software. The platform gives manufacturers greater visibility of CNC machine tools and machining processes, and to provide the tools needed to analyze, identify, and eliminate common sources of downtime and inefficiency.
Manufacturers can achieve 90% machine use reduction with power skiving.
When drilling holes in most aerospace components, manufacturers have three chances of getting the hole correct — after which, it will be impossible to rework the hole within the required design specifications.
Sandvik Coromant has developed a set of internal goals called Make the Shift that it hopes sets a new industry standard and raises the bar for a sustainable metalworking business.
With Sandvik Coromant’s CoroPlus Productivity Improvement Program, machine monitoring solutions give data insights in real time, which can be accessed remotely to provide an in-depth analysis of a complete production cell, right down to the cutting tool.
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In it's second Looking Ahead video, Sandvik Coromant gathered industry experts to talk about talent mismatch, employment outsourcing and the age of hyper-specialization.
Sandvik Coromant introduced its new CoroMill Plura with iLock system at the imX event at the Las Vegas Convention Center Sept. 12-14. The new system will be available in 2012.
Watch Sandvik Coromant Co.'s CoroMill 365 cutter mill an engine blockmade of compacted graphite iron in this online complement to our September CTE cover story.
Learn how to achieve good chip control when drilling with indexable drills. Effective chip control is the most important factor in indexable insert drilling operations and is essential for quality hole making. Poor chip evacuation can result in poor surface finish and can lead to tool breakage and damaged components.
Cutting Tool Engineering explores a trio of turning advancements in the cover story of its February 2020 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.
In this video overview, Sandvik Coromant introduces the complete series of M5 milling cutters developed for automotive aluminum machining.
Although marginally faster tooling options had become available, David Turk at BUCHER Emhart Glass was reluctant to change from a tried-and-true parting off tool. But a new product that tripled productivity finally triggered a switch.
Sandvik Coromant video report suggests that collaboration, hyperspecialization and technology can help manufacturing companies prepare for the future.
Sandvik Coromant takes a closer look at the macro trends influencing the future of the manufacturing industry in a brief video report that identifies four areas of special interest: rapid urbanization, sustainability, new advanced materials and new technologies.
Sandvik Coromant's Global Center for Deep Hole Machining offers a tip for machining the central bore in the main shaft.
Don Nelson, publisher of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, recently sat down with two Sandvik Coromant representatives to learn more about the company's outlook and strategy for the aerospace market, its new CoroMill products and why the company puts such an emphasis on its partnership with end users. Interviewed are Brian Norris, vice…
Sandvik Coromant's new grades CB7105 and CB7115 break new ground in hard part turning. The new grades are based on the newest generation Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) material. This material enhances crater wear resistance and fracture resistance at high cutting speeds in case hardened and induction hardened material.
This full slot milling demonstration from Sandvik Coromant focuses on pitch selection for maximum metal removal.
Sandvik Coromant offers a chip management demonstration as part of Cutting Tool Engineering's June 2022 cover story on chip handling systems.
A random arrangement is all well and good when it comes to avant-garde music, but the random crystal growth direction found in conventional CVD alumina cutting tool coatings can create weak areas where cracks form, shortening tool life.
Thomas W. Malone, a professor at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, suggests in the latest Sandvik Coromant "Looking Ahead" video series that recognizing and rapidly responding to change will be critical to the success of any company in tomorrow's business environment.
Don Nelson, publisher of Cutting Tool Engineering and MICROmanufacturing magazines, spoke with Sandvik Coromant's John Dotday about the company's new solid-carbide CoroDrill 860 and exchangeable-tip CoroDrill 870.
Rather than using taps to thread steel prior to hardening, a growing number of shops are opting to thread mill heat-treated steel.
CoroMill 745 multi-edge cutter with high feed capability is in this demonstration used for face milling in cast iron. The 25 degree entering angle of this cutter version allows for high feed milling strategies to be utilized. The concept has a double-sided multi-edge design, making it a cost-efficient solution that delivers high productivity.
Society's rapid digitalization brings opportunities for the manufacturing industry to overcome challenges, minimize waste and ultimately become more profitable.
Sandvik Coromant offers a deep hole drilling strategy using its CoroDrill 861-GP and 861-GM drills in this brief video supplement to "A Happy Medium," a feature article in the October 2021 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering that delves into effectively drilling austempered ductile iron.
New cutting technologies are about to transform the gear manufacturing industry, according to a Sandvik Coromant video report. How manufacturers respond to this new technology from indexable gear tools will shape the future competitive landscape.

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The Sandvik Coromant Co., Fair Lawn, N.J., named Sean Holt as the company's new president of the Americas market area, according to a Jan. 28 news release. With the promotion, which took effect Jan. 1, Holt is now part of the company's global sales management team. An experienced executive in the manufacturing industry, Holt was a key…
Berkeley, CA – September 10, 2018 - VIMANA has been selected by Sandvik Coromant as the manufacturing analytics platform for their newly announced CoroPlus® MachiningInsights offering.
Sandvik Coromant wins the Technical Excellence Award from Ford Motor Co. for tool and process monitoring application of a gear grinding operation. The award was presented at a ceremony in Michigan on Nov. 7, 2019.
The heterogenous partnership produces a commercial implementation of a new turning technology.
The aerospace industry faces complex issues, such as environmental issues and the need for efficient designs, lightweight materials and 3D-printed parts. To help address these and other issues, Seco Tools hosted the Inspiration Through Innovation (ITI) 2021 virtual event Dec. 1.
Magalie Jackson has been named Cluster Manager of Sandvik Coromant Canada.
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2022, CGTech demonstrated its simulation software Vericut 9.3, which the company says boasts enhancements and new features to the core software to create smarter, more efficient manufacturing processes.
Sandvik Coromant Co., Fair Lawn, N.J., and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton, Alberta, extended their contract until 2022.
Sean Holt, head of sales area Americas for Sandvik Coromant, welcomes Annika Langéen to the vice president of marketing role for the Americas. Annika is responsible for the strategic direction of global marketing and brand positioning for the sales area.
Stellar Industrial Supply rrecognized Sandvik Coromant with a Documented Cost Savings award at the company's annual “STARS” Supplier Summit on Jan. 15, 2020. Accepting the award for a second year in a row was John Kaleta, channel relationships manager at Sandvik Coromant.
Sandvik Coromant is strengthening its position within the solid round tools segment and continues to invest in new facilities and production capabilities in the U.S. market.
Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire Canada-based ICAM Technologies Corp., a provider of innovative solutions that translate CAM data into optimized coding for guiding CNC machining operations.
Sandvik Coromant has appointed two new members to its management group. Michael Eneberg began his new role as Vice President and Head of Global Sales on May 1, 2022, while Nicolas Dellachiesa will join as Head of Merger & Acquisitions (M&A) in June.
The award recognizes the world-class carbide manufacturing facility’s operational excellence, customer focus, and ongoing employee engagement.
Scappoose, Oregon; July 19, 2018 – The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research and Development (OMIC R&D) continues to grow its company membership with the addition this month of global cutting tools manufacturer Sandvik Coromant.
Sean Holt, head of sales area Americas for Sandvik Coromant Co., Fair Lawn, New Jersey, announced that a new Sandvik Coromant Center will open in Mebane, North Carolina, where customers and partners will be fully immersed in the latest technology and digital machining techniques, including CoroPlus, the platform that brings connectvitity to…
Sandvik has agreed to acquire US-based Cambrio, which offers an end-to-end portfolio in CAD/CAM software for manufacturing industries.
Niels Bredick, senior solutions specialist at Sandvik Coromant, is a member of a winning team of the 2020 Henry Ford Technology Award (HFTA) for development and implementation of the Torque Monitoring of Gear Machining Process.
Camilla Nevstad Bruzelius, new head of sustainable business at Sandvik Coromant, took over on March 21.
Topics at Sandvik's technical training facility included breakthrough methods for turning and power skiving and tips to decrease cost per part, reduce setup and increase precision.